By Tim Jimenez

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Recently, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz spoke about the coffee giant having to spend more on milk. A market analyst says the rise of dairy prices affects companies and consumers.

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Jerry Dryer is editor of the weekly Dairy & Food Market Analyst newsletter. He says that trip down milk aisle is costing up to 5 percent more than a year ago.

“It’s a classic supply and demand story,” and with Howard Schultz’ comments, Dryer focuses on what’s known as the all-milk price: “the average price that milk producers across the country receive for 100 pounds of milk,” which equals 8.7 gallons of milk.

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So, in February, Dryer says that cost a record $24.70 — 27 percent higher than last year. A big reason, he says, is a boost in milk exports, especially to China.

“Seven or eight years ago we exported about 5 percent of our U.S. production. Last year we exported 15 percent of our U.S. production.”

Dryer expects the March all-milk price to be the new record. But he says rising production later this year means a drop in prices.

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